Lanarkshire’s Lean-To Conservatories

Whether you are looking to extend or redesign existing rooms, create an incredible sun-filled retreat, or simply increase your everyday living space, a lean-to conservatory is the perfect choice because it allows you do all this and much, much more. Featuring a low- pitched roof and simple design; cheap lean-to conservatories have proven to be popular because they can so easily match the style and dimensions of any home. Consisting of large glass panels, a lean-to conservatory allows vitalising natural light to enter all-year round; helping to create a relaxing environment in which you can enjoy the benefits of being in your garden without the worry of what the weather is doing.

A lean-to conservatory is one of the most cost-effective ways to quickly and easily change the whole dynamic and layout of your home. Featuring the very strongest, most durable materials, such as aluminium and UPVC, and incredible finishes, your lean-conservatory will require virtually no maintenance, often requiring nothing more than a wipe with a cloth to look brand new again. As with all out conservatories, we offer great choice, including under-floor heating options which help create a room that can be fully enjoyed in even the coldest of weather.

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Woodgrain Lean-To Conservatory

A large Woodgrain Lean-To conservatory with two woodgrain UPVC French doors, which allow an abundance of light to fill the conservatory. The woodgrain creates a natural,...

Solid Roof Lean To Orangery

This orangery is made with local stone bricks to meet the farmhouse feel of the original building. Woodgrain windows and french doors also match the other...

Lean-To Conservatory

This customer transformed their home with a beautiful lean-to conservatory, opting for a clean white finish to bring lots of light into the room, choosing a...

Lean-To Solid Roof Replacement

The solid roof is an ideal solution for your lean-to extension. Made from high-quality metrotile this solid roof will keep your extended space well insulated all...

Solid Roof Lean-To Orangery

A solid lean-to roof orangery featuring grey Bifold doors and low maintenance UPVC material offers a convenient and flexible extension to your living space while merging...

Small Lean-To Conservatory

A traditional lean-to conservatory with a dwarf wall. This conservatory shows what you are capable of achieving when expanding into limited space. It is finished with...

Lean To Conservatory

A super stylish glass fronted grey conservatory is the perfect modern addition to any home. You can access full view of your outside space through the...

The finest Conservatories in Lanarkshire and beyond

Adding a conservatory is probably the easiest and most economical method of home extension – and they’re so versatile! A place to relax, a light and airy work room, somewhere for the kids to play or a room in which you can make your guests feel welcome. A conservatory will give you more room for living in style. At Crystal Clear we offer a wide range of styles and adaptations to make your conservatory a graceful and welcome addition to any type of house.

We serve the whole of Lanarkshire, Glasgow and Ayrshire, so please do get in touch.

Energy Efficiency

A+ and A++ UPVC windows are our best performing windows in terms of insulation and energy efficiency, and are a great option for conservatories. Quality windows in conservatories makes them an environmentally friendly option. Thanks to ongoing innovation and product development A+ and A++ windows have overtaken A-rated as the best available on the market, with the insulation offered by these types of windows better than ever before. Quite simply, less heat is allowed to escape from your conservatory, and more natural warmth from the sun is allowed into your home thanks to an intelligent composition of glass which delivers this two-fold benefit and reduces your household carbon footprint.


We understand that the security of you and your family is a major consideration when deciding about home improvements, whether that be windows, doors, porches, conservatories or orangeries. That is why we invest in the latest technology and manufacturing to ensure all products meet maximum security requirements. Thieves and burglars target properties with poor quality framework or locking systems. You and your family can rest assured that you house won’t be targeted for that reason!

Noise Reduction

A concern for homeowners when considering home improvements, particularly with conservatories and orangeries, is the potential for sounds from the outside world to filter into your home. The research and development we’ve put into our products ensures that you can rest peacefully at home, with the noises of the busy outside world kept outside and leaving the only noises you have to deal with coming from your family!

Door integration will make your conservatory even more spectacular…

The addition of a door to your conservatory will add a further facet to the overall structure and give you handy access into your garden. We have several door solutions that can work, including Double French Door, Bi-Folding Door and Patio Door. Varying in function and ventilation, they each offer an entirely different way to enter and exit your home. When properly locked, they will also form a secure barrier between your conservatory and the outside world.

Bi-Folding Doors

Keen to add the most fashionable door solution to your conservatory? A set of Bi-Folding doors fit the bill as they offer a unique contrast to other door options. Featuring a concertina design, each individual door leaf can be folded to create an expansive opening. Thanks to light materials and modern design, they can be opened and closed with nothing more than a gentle push.

Patio Doors

Sliding Patio Doors can be configured so that they fit within most available apertures, whilst also helping you efficiently connect your conservatory to the outdoor environment; ideal for those lacking internal space. Providing fantastic views, there is no chance of them ever blowing open as they work on a set of secure runners rather than hinges.

French Doors

The double opening that a set of French Doors provides is hugely beneficial when you want to ventilate your extension and draw in as much natural sunlight as possible. They are often utilised as a means of gaining access to the garden, a patio area or decking. However, it is also possible to have them interconnecting two separate internal rooms, such as a kitchen and dining area.

You can select between a traditional or contemporary styled frame…

The size, shape and styling of a frame has a significant effect on the overall look of your conservatory, as can its dimensions and contours. Therefore, considerable thought needs to be given to the subject before the installation process begins. As such, we will guide you through every available option.


The thermal efficiency that UPVC provides is a huge draw for many homeowners as it helps to drive down the cost of energy bills. It is also extremely durable and needs very little care and attention in terms of maintenance; making it ideal for those with busy lifestyles. The adaptability of UPVC enables us to integrate contours into the frame just as you would find in a traditional timber profile.


Aluminium conservatories are rising in popularity thanks to their stylish appearance, particularly when incorporated with aluminium Bi-Fold doors. Due to the slimness of aluminium frames, a greater amount of glass can be included; which aids you in terms of the amount of natural sunlight drawn in. Featuring a powder-coated finish and woodgrain effect, aluminium frames also make a huge visual impact.


Looking for traditional wood styling for your conservatory? Heritage Windows are a revolutionary take on the traditional 19th Century timber design, and feature all the detailing and intricacy that you would expect of a window of that period. And not just on the outside either, as the peg stays, butt hinges and monkey tail handles fitted to the inside have also been exhaustively created to resemble period hardware. Thanks to the use of modern materials, these windows provide excellent energy efficiency whilst allowing you to keep a traditional look.

The roof is integral to the functionality of your conservatory…

There are a number of roof options available, with some roof designs suiting certain conservatories better than others. The roof plays a key role so far as keeping the extension well insulated, as well as determining how much external light passes into the structure throughout the day.


A polycarbonate roof is a proven winner when it comes to providing a conservatory with effective temperature control, which is why it has proven so popular with homeowners. Available in polycarbonate sheets of 25mm and 35mm, and in shades of bronze, opal or clear, it will keep your home extension feeling warm or cool whatever the weather outside. Optional foil inserts help prevent any annoying glare from occurring, as well as further boost the structure’s overall thermal efficiency.


If you want to see everything that’s going on above your head whilst inside your conservatory then a clear glass roof is the way to go. As well as providing a huge amount of transparency, it is hugely effective at reducing the sound of rain and hail; ensuring your peace is never disturbed. The solar control it offers is also outstanding, with various tinting options available, as well as self-cleaning glass that keeps your windows clean without you having to clean them.

Solid Roof

A solid roof will to some extent restrict overhead light and the view above in comparison to a polycarbonate roof, but it more than makes up for it in terms of how aesthetically-pleasing it looks internally and externally. Any loss of natural light is countered by the fact that it will give you a greater level of privacy; which is just what you want when relaxing at home. To combat any loss of light, integrated spotlights can be added to stop the structure from becoming too dark. Because of their versatility and the ease at which they can be installed, solid roofs can be quickly fitted to both new-builds and existing structures.

Pick a colour, any colour you want…

Buying a conservatory takes care and consideration. Therefore, it is important that you settle upon a design that adds to the existing appearance of your home. As such, choosing the correct colour is crucial. Luckily enough, Visual offers you a huge assortment of colours, including green, cream, black, grey, light oak and whitegrain. There’s no doubt that a traditional white conservatory remains the most popular option, but those seeking something a little different can easily find something that has the distinctiveness they crave.

Your conservatory could be subject to planning permission & building regulations…

More often than not you won’t have to approach your local authority to obtain permission to build a conservatory but should you need to then you can leave it to Crystal Clear Glass to organise it on your behalf.

Need help? call our team on 01698 540500 today!

Your dream conservatory is just a few steps away…

There are many things that need to be considered when buying a conservatory. As such, we do everything we can to ensure the process is as stress-free as possible, this includes providing enough choice to ensure you do not have to compromise in getting what you want. From start to finish, we will work with you every step of the way to ensure you get the dream conservatory for you.


Determining where your conservatory is best positioned is an important aspect of the installation process. A north or east facing conservatory will attract the most amount of heat and warmth early in the day; cooling as the day progresses, whilst a south or west facing structure will benefit from the greatest amount of sunshine late in the afternoon/in the early part of the evening. It’s also worth pointing out that where you decide to position your conservatory will also have a bearing on the type of glazing utilised.


How are you intending to use your conservatory? This needs to be settled upon at the very beginning as it will influence what size, style and specification of conservatory will best serve your intended purpose. The extra floor space an conservatory provides may be your primary reason for investing in a home extension. If so, then a square or rectangular design will probably work better than say a five faceted Victorian design. You may also want to equip it with further accessories such as Wi-Fi, speakers and mounted spotlights.


Very easily overlooked by some, accessories play a central role in the overall functionality of a conservatory and should never be ignored. A conversation with one of our design consultants will help you fill in all the necessary gaps and determine what additional extras are needed, such as fans and heaters. This will then be put in the final quote put forward to you.



Put two seemingly identical conservatories side-by-side and they won’t necessarily cost the same amount of money to produce. That is because suppliers often source their materials from different places, some may even utilise materials of a lesser quality than that of a rival firm, and the guarantees they provide may be completely in contrast to others in the local area. You can usually tell if a quote is value for money or too good to be true, so always go with your gut feeling and do your research.


The expected lifespan of a contemporary conservatory is at least two decades; you should expect nothing less so that you get value from your investment. However, it isn’t uncommon for some form of remedial adjustments to be made after the conservatory has been fitting to help guarantee its future reliability. Any work of this kind should be covered in the terms of your guarantee so that it isn’t left up to you to pay for the privilege of having essential maintenance carried out.

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Our Conservatories Range

Glass Rooms

Glass rooms or full height conservatories bring in maximum light to your home. Whilst stunning, they can relaease a lot of warmth

Loggia Conservatories

Loggia’s come in modular format meaning they are great for tighter budgets and schedule. They offer top strength and durability.

Replacement Conservatories

Our replacement conservatories are fully bespoke to style of your home and come with a plethora of colours, options and accessories

Bespoke Conservatories

Our conservatories are designed style of your home as well as your idea, so they can be completely custom to your dreams

P-Shape Conservatories

P-Shaped conservatories combine together victorian and Lean-To shaped conservatories, offering large amounts of space.

Gable Conservatories

With a disctinct front end, Gable conservatories typically bring a traditional feel, though they can be adapted be more modern

Lean-To Conservatories

Simple in terms of shape, but often the most suitable for a lot of home and can be bespoke to any person’s needs.

Victorian Conservatories

Typically 5 sided with a traditional feel, Victorian Conservatories add a lot of character and can fit any style of home.

Edwardian Conservatories

Popular and elegant, Edwardian conservatories are rectangular in shape, with an apex in the middle to allow extra light in.